The AAG Redistricting Panel Series kicks off this Friday, Sept 3rd with “Connecticut Redistricting with Geographers: Mapping for Equity and Inclusion”!
This opening will be open until September 16th.
NEGEO GIS Technician and Technical Positions
From the Trails Protection Coordinator for the Connecticut Forest & Park Association: CFPA is a non-profit environmental organization that, among many other things, manages the 800+ mile Blue-Blazed Hiking Trail system. CFPA has an opening for an intern in the fall with experience using GIS. Here is a link to the internship description, which has … Read more
From the U-M School for Environment and Sustainability:
From the the Recruitment Director with the Student PIRGs:
Environmental Science Associates (ESA) is hiring for a new entry level GIS Specialist position. Please see the job description here. https://www.paycomonline.net/v4/ats/web.php/jobs/ViewJobDetails?job=35935&clientkey=0A2A2B3498A92573DA13BE33E8BDD296
Geographic Information Officer job page https://www.jobapscloud.com/CT/sup/bulpreview.asp?R1=210817&R2=4799MP&R3=001 or OPM site https://portal.ct.gov/OPM/ADMIN-MAIN/Admin-Employment-Opportunities/Jobs/jobs-OPM-master-page
A consortium of map societies, including The New York Map Society, offer Zoom lectures. See John Docktor’s map calendar for details of these and other virtual events and exhibitions: http://www.docktor.com/meeting.htm, and http://www.docktor.com/exhibit.htm.
From October 20-22, the Rumsey Map Center at Stanford University will present “Indigenous Mapping,” the third Barry Lawrence Ruderman Conference on Cartography.Though the conference is free, you must register. Info here:https://library.stanford.edu/rumsey/public-events/barry-lawrence-ruderman-conference-cartography. Among the speakers is UCONN history professor Santiago Munoz Arbelaez. Also available are summaries and videos from the previous Ruderman conferences: the first, … Read more